TileFlex Floor Tile
TileFlex Floor Tile, Home Basement Flooring, Aerobic Floor Tiles, Modular Flooring
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Top Features for TileFlex Floor Tile
- Vinyl tile never needs refinishing
- Quick installation, no special tools required
- Waterproof, raised tile provides underside air and water flow
- Minimal maintenance, easy to clean
- Modular design provides no glue install
- Available in a variety of finish and colors
- Look of wood at a fraction of the cost
- Expand your floor as needed
Basement Floors, Dance Floors, Exercise Flooring, Church Halls, Court Floors
TileFlex floor tile is an easy to install modular floor tile that is great for indoor use for basement floors, recreational rooms, utility rooms, and on porches. TileFlex flooring tile is a durable home and athletic flooring option for a wide variety of activities. Ideal for both residential, athletic and commercial flooring solutions. TileFlex floor tiles can be used in aerobic facilities and for indoor court floor where multi-purpose flooring is needed.
The cushioned support system provides drainage in wet areas and keeps you off the cold base. There are no special tools or adhesives required. The floor may be used in a portable or permanent setting.
This product is ideal for large scale commercial installations in multipurpose athletic and gym floors. Great for DIY installations at clubs, churches and YMCA facilities. Use this modular flooring with laminate vinyl top surface for all types of athletics including; basketball, volleyball, aerobics and similar. Not designed to drop any amount of weights on this tile.
This flooring tile is very popular in home installations, use in the basement where a damp floor may be present. This floor tile product is 100% waterproof and allows air to flow under the tile structure. Use for basements, family rooms, and all types of recreation areas, TileFlex has a unique construction that allows for airflow and keeps the surface away from potential dampness.
Each tile is a single, snap-together unit for easy installation. Best of all, you can choose from a wide range of floor finishes from VCT to luxury vinyl. TileFlex takes modular flooring to the next level in beauty and functionality. The first solid-top tile that marries quality floor finishes with the versatility and durability of a raised modular floor. Inset Vinyl modular floor tile for gymnasium, dance, aerobic, basement, utility room, trade Show, and portable flooring applications.
This product is not designed for repeated installations.
We recommend a 2 or 3.2 mm Rubber Underlayment for installations on hard surfaces where extra cushion or sound reduction is desired and for ALL athletic installations.
Product can be damp mopped with common household floor cleaners, avoid bleach.Shipping
Ships in cartons via ground service to your door, for larger orders product may ship freight delivery.
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SPECIFICATIONS⌃ Back to top
|Material Type||Vinyl on Plastic|
|SF per Item||1.00|
|Number of Pieces per Package Type||12|
|Interlock Loss||0.00 feet|
|Material Density||Shore A 65|
|Surface Design||Wood grain, stone, or granite|
|Installation Method||Snap together|
|Border Strips Included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||10 year limited|
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Can this product be put in a basement weight room-residential?
Can this floor be put over carpet?
Can this product be used for a basement bathroom?
Are you able to pull a tile from the center of the room to replace it?
What should I use to mop/clean this floor tile?
Can this tile be cut to fit?
Do you have a product that I can install over Radiant Floor Heating Film?
Greetings... if my basement concrete flooring has a slight slope and I was wondering if the this tile is flexible enough to compensate for the slight slope. At 1/2 inch thick will the tile crack especially since we will be putting furniture on top of the tile that's slightly ''bent'' for lack of a better word. Would a better solution be the Max Tile at a thickness of 5/8 inch?
How easy is this to install and uninstall in a temporary application (ie: trade show flooring) on a repeated-use basis?
Can this be put over grass?
Hi, Can this be applied over a not so level concrete basement floor? How flexible is it? I have a basement section that was once a garage and the path of the car tires has a shallow depression. The basement floor gets a little moisture at times do you recommend a sub floor or vapor barrier roll to be laid first? Thanks.
Can you put this product on an outdoor covered porch?
Love these tiles! Best tiles for old basement floors!
The tile was very easy to put down. I put down a vapor barrier first to help quiet my foot steps and help lower any moisture. The tile looks very good. My wife was impressed. A happy wife is a happy life! Joann at Greatmats help me with the ordering and set up the shipping which went very smoothly. If I ever need more I will order from Greatmats.
Looks good but have not had the opportunity to put the tile down in the laundry yet.
Silver Spring, MD
Great floors!!! We re-did our basement with these floors and they are the best thing we ever could have done. They look and feel great the only thing is that we didn't put anything under the tiles as advised to minimize the noise and they are a little loud nothing too much thou.
Def recommend these tiles worth every penny!!!
New York, NY
Fantastic product. Easy to install, great appearance. High utility value.
This is a wonderful product. Great for basements (as it "breathes"), easy to install. Our church had the parsonage basement rehabbed. The contractor pointed out that the basement floor was terribly uneven. It even sloped upwards in the southeast corner. It would be nearly impossible to level. He came up with Tile Flex. The only thing I know now (and this is not a problem with Tile Flex) is that the concrete should have been thoroughly cleaned and sealed before the Tile Flex was laid. The current pastor's husband complains of it being dusty. That dust seems to be from the concrete underneath the Tile Flex.
Now, my first hand knowledge of the product was rehabbing a half bath adjacent to the earlier project. Having it done on the original contract would have put us way over budget. 5 years later I did the project, ordered the matching Tile Flex: it was easy to order, sales personnel and e-mail contact was great! Product was extremely easy to install. Measure twice, cut once. keep track of which way the tabs run.
North Reading, MA
Overall, I am very pleased with my floor tile and it looks great in my basement. My floor is cracked and uneven, but the tile is flexible enough to cover these flaws with no problem. Although it was fairly easy to install, more detailed installation instructions would have been helpful as I had to learn as I went along. Thus, I would like to offer some installation tips that I learned along the way. 1) Use a rubber mallet (covered with a lint-free cloth to prevent marring) to pound the male tabs into place, 2) Do not rush, as the male tabs break off easily if not started properly, 3) Tap each tile after installation to keep them snug and square 4) The tiles may be cut easily with a fine tooth saw or utility knife, 5) A wood file works well for removing burrs along cut edges and for detailing a curved cut, 5) Use caution when moving furniture as the tile scuffs & scratches easily.
Tiles ordered were received in a timely fashion and the tiles were easy to install. Room took only a few hours to do with the help of our six year old grandson. He enjoyed the light hammering that it took to fit the tiles together.
Great looking floor.
South Windsor, CT
Great product. I installed it myself - 540 square feet. It took about 2 full days to install. I cut the tiles with a small jigsaw.
I feel a lot better knowing my kids are less likely to get hurt falling on these tiles versus ceramic tiles.
Excellent service and timely delivery. Tiles look very durable and installation was very easy.
I installed 500 sq. ft. of your flooring this spring, the best and easiest of any floor I have ever installed. If I ever have replace any other floor in my home , it will be with your product.
thank you Bob Skinner Newport VT.
Worked great in my small home gym space. I installed directly on top of the concrete and there is a bit of a hollow sound when you walk but for me it is not a big deal.
I used tile flex on my basement floor because every once in a while I would get some water seepage. I am not the handiest guy around but I found it very easy to put down and think it looks terrific.
It is not a quiet floor but that means little. Greatmats also has some material in rolls you can lay down first which takes away all noise. I did not use this because it would only get wet when I again get water. Neither the tiles nor the rolled material require any gluing down.
Pretty darn hard to make an error and I am very pleased.
Wonderful product. Wish I found it ten years ago. The perfect product for my basement which sometimes gets a small amount of water. Shipped in at timely manner and the order department was very helpful. I will recommend this product to everyone I know. I installed the gray in my finished basement and it looks great. The product was very easy to install.
We are very happy with the tile flex, it is just what we needed for our basement. We did have it professionally installed, not sure it would have been easy for us especially the tiles that needed to be cut. A separate part of out basement had been finished with the Owens Corning basement system. The tile flex in beige is the exact product, now the two parts of our basement have continuity.
Excellent product- exactly what I needed and feels great under foot-thanks
Staten Island, NY
This is a truly great basement flooring tile. I installed it in one of my customers basement which had been sealed numerous of times with epoxy's and sealers. This tile not only enhanced the appearance of the basement but it also creates a moisture barrier which showed results immediately. The bottom of these tiles have pegs which allows air to flow underneath of them while at the same time keeping the tile off the floor which means no sub floor is needed. This was a very well thought out product and it is fairly easy to install.